New York Consolidated Laws, Social Services Law - SOS § 111-a. Federal aid;  state plan

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1. The department is hereby designated as the single state agency to supervise the administration of the state's child support program provided for by this title, and a single organizational unit shall be established within the department for such purposes.

2. The department shall develop and submit a state child support program plan as required by part D of title IV of the federal social security act   1 to the federal department of health, education and welfare for approval pursuant to such part in order to qualify the state for federal aid under such part.  The department shall act for the state in any negotiations relative to the submission and approval of such plan and shall make such arrangements as may be necessary to obtain and retain such approval and to secure for the state the benefits of the provisions of such federal act relating to child support programs.  The department shall promulgate regulations not inconsistent with law as may be necessary to assure that such plan conforms to the provisions of such part and any federal regulations adopted pursuant thereto.  The department shall make all reports required by law to be made to such federal department in the form and manner required by federal regulations.

1 42 USCA § 651 et seq.

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